Many of our ghost tales of vampires and monsters probably came from interpretations of the calls of the wildlife in the woods. Come and learn about the creepy screeches and screams that you hear in the woods at night! You’ll learn that there’s nothing to be afraid of — but you still might get spooked! 15 minute tours run from 7:00pm-9:00pm at Goodwin Forest Conservation Education Center in Hampton, CT, sponsored by Connecticut Forest and Trails Association.. Rain or shine. For questions, call 860-455-9534.
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by rarbo •
Autumn is the perfect time of year to collect wonderfully-colored leaves. At this Connecticut Forest & Park Association program, children can collect leaves at Goodwin Forest in Hampton, CT — and then use imagination, glue and paper to make a stunning collage of animals, scenes, or even abstract colors to take home and frame! All materials are provided; this program is free and recommended for ages 6 and above. Rain or shine. Contact: (860) 455-9534
by rarbo •
Some animals, like this gray tree frog, only come out at night. What are these nocturnal creatures doing all night while we are sleeping? Many of these animals are considered scary by some people, but really there is nothing to be afraid of! Find out more at this Halloween-themed family program at Goodwin Forest Conservation Education Center in Hampton, CT, from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. sponsored by the Connecticut Forest & Park Association.